The Glazer family, who reportedly want an absurd £10 billion to sell the team, is planning to "take" Manchester United off the market, according to reports. The Glazer family, in November of last year, stated that they would "evaluate all options" to seek further investment or approve a complete sale of Manchester United.
These discussions are now over as per Daily Mail's story that the Glazers will withdraw Man United from the market. The failure of any bidder to come close to their anticipated asking price is the cause of such action. The Glazers hoped serious buyers would be persuaded to submit offers, but that did not occur. The Glazers will now try to reportedly relist United in 2025.
Given that the 2026 FIFA World Cup will be in North America, American millionaires' interest in football will increase. The Glazers anticipate that an increase in TV revenue will enable them to sell the club for an even higher price.
The Glazers have disregarded their fans, who staged a sit-in protest out of frustration last week. Instead, they have supported manager Erik ten Hag hoping that he will bring in championships and raise the club's value. David Beckham, a United and England icon, was the most well-known individual connected to the club at the time who demanded the Glazers' ouster back in July. He claimed that they had lost the fans' backing and that new ownership was necessary.